FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Impact Wrestling's X-Division Championship to be defended in Berkeley Springs, WV
BERKELEY SPRINGS, WV- World Domination Wrestling Alliance is proud to announce that next Saturday Night November 16th, the Impact Wrestling X-Division Championship will be defended against the WDWA Heavyweight Championship in a Title for Title match when Ace Austin faces "The Steel City Sex Pistol" Shane Malice at the Rankins Physical Therapy Center. This will be a first for WDWA as this will be the first time that a world- renowned title will be defended on one of the organization's cards.
Shane Malice, the reigning and defending WDWA Heavyweight Champion defeated Laszlo Arpad at BerkeleyMania 3 with a chair to the back to win the championship in controversial fashion. Since the title win, he has demanded for WDWA to put him in Main Event caliber matchups for him to agree to defend his championship. The matchup on the 16th certainly fits into this category.
Ace Austin, the current Impact Wrestling X-Division Champion defeated Jake Crist, Tessa Blanchard, Ace Romero and Daga in a Ladder Match on October 20th to win the championship. In addition to Impact, Austin has competed for Combat Zone Wrestling, Tommy Dreamer's House of Hardcore, MLW, and is a graduate of the CZW Dojo. Since making his pro wrestling debut in April of 2015, the Atlantic City, NJ native has held the CZW Wired Championship, the WXW Hybrid Championship in addition to the X-Division Championship he currently holds.
With both titles on the line, the stakes are the highest they have ever been in WDWA history. A win for Malice means a one-way ticket to Impact Wrestling. A win for Ace Austin would likely take Malice out of the championship picture and consideration for marquee matchups for the foreseeable future. Who will win this HUGE matchup?
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